Archive for the ‘Short Film’ Category


A new short from Terri Timely & Park Pictures.

The Obvious Child

Somebody broke the girl’s parents. The rabbit was there when it happened. It was an awful mess.

A film by Stephen Irwin.

The Goat That Ate Time

Written, directed, animated & produced by Lucinda Schreiber.

Narration: Aden Young • Music: Martin Craft • Sound Design: Luke Mynott.

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The Untold & Unseen

We work only for eating. We eat only for working. Just like a soulless machine.

Ultimately, are we actually fighting for a better life or fighting for survival in this world?

Animation: Lam Ho Tak • Original Music: Ian Wong, Chack Ming • Sound Effects: Mak Ho Nin.

Oak by Jeroen Ceulebrouck

A lonesome woodcutter living a peaceful life in the woods.

Although something seems to be a little off. A strange obsession seems to control his everyday life.

A film by Jeroen Ceulebrouck.

Animated Short Film: Queenie

Intricately handmade from paper and cardboard, this stop-motion animated tragicomedy follows Danny, a university Geography tutor, as he and his students stray from the syllabus in order to break new academic ground. After managing only to break some homewares, Danny is forced to confront the true nature of his project.

Directed by Paul Neason • Written by Sam Burt & Jeremy Liss • Produced by Melissa Donald.

Star Stuff: Inspired by The Work of Carl Sagan

Star Stuff” is a short and sweet film inspired by the life and work of Carl Sagan, one of the most famous scientists and science communicators of the 20th century.

What are the stars? In search of an answer to that seemingly simple question, Carl, a curious child, sets off on a great voyage of discovery.

Written & directed by Ratimir Rakuljic • Music by Kenley Kristofferson.

The Cabinet Decision

Israel and Palestine, two entities competing over their One beating heart Will they both survive?

A short film by Mayan Engelman.

The Guardian

The Guardian is a free interpretation of the parable “Before the Law” from Kafka’s book “The Trial”. A peasant after traveling the world arrives in front of a gate, controlled by a fearsome Guardian. The peasant tries to pass through but the Guardian denies him entrance. Peasant and Guardian are the same character, the peasant, like each one of us, in front of his own fear; the guardian, something shapeless, that surround and control him. The Door/Gate the possibilities we encounter during our life.

Direction: Alessandro Novelli • Animation: Alessandro Novelli, Victor Perez, Andrea Gendusa.

Illustration & Design: Alessandro Novelli, Karolina Pospischil, Andrea Gendusa.

But Milk Is Important

A man with social phobia gets followed by a naive and clumsy creature. Terrified the man tries to escape, unaware that the creature is a helper with quite unconventional methods…

In the fjords of Norway Anna Mantzaris & Eirik Grønmo Bjørnsen spent one year making their graduation film, a tragicomical surrealistic stop motion animated short.

Music by Phil Brookes • Sound by André Parklind.